Voting in Cabarrus? Your ballot may change

Published on January 04, 2024

Voter Preparing to Fill Out a Ballot

You may want to take a moment to check your North Carolina voter information.

Out of the 154,003 registered voters (as of January 3, 2024) in Cabarrus County, 147,635 will see changes to their ballots beginning with the March 2024 primary election.

In October of 2023, the North Carolina General Assembly approved new voting maps. Due to this redistricting, 38 of 39 Cabarrus precincts have either a NC House, NC Senate or congressional district change.

Cabarrus County Board of Elections Director Carol Soles encourages voters to visit the State Board of Elections online voter search tool at to view their updated information.

The site provides voters with a wide variety of details, including their:

  • Jurisdictions
  • Voting locations
  • Sample ballots
  • Absentee ballot information
  • Voter history

Voters can find updated ballot district changes under the “Your Jurisdictions” section.

Soles also encourages voters to view and print out their sample ballot before heading to the polls. “This will look nearly identical to your election ballot, allowing you to see your jurisdictions and candidates as well as practice marking the ballot.”

During the last presidential primary in 2020, 39,558 of the county’s 139,313 registered voters cast a ballot.

This year, Primary Election Day is March 5. Cabarrus County Board of Elections begin mailing absentee ballots on January 19 and in-person early voting begins February 15.

North Carolina residents can register to vote online or in person through the DMV, or by filling out the appropriate form available at and submitting by mail.

To stay up to date on statewide voting information, visit For Cabarrus County updates, visit

About the Board of Elections

The Board of Elections is the only statutory, bi-partisan, quasi-judicial, supervisory board in NC State government.

The local Board’s duties are imposed by law and include the making and issuing of rules, regulations and instructions, not inconsistent with law or the rules established by the State Board of Elections, as it deems necessary for the guidance of election officers and voters.

Board of Elections meetings are open to the public and are usually held on the second and fourth Monday of every month at 12:30 pm (when there is business) in the County Board of Elections Office (369 Church Street N, Concord).

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